Bruce Cameron

Bruce A. Cameron, J.D.
Manager -
eLearning Development

Office of Instruction and Assessment
University of Arizona

Bruce.Cameron@arizona.edu

This website contains resources created by Dr. Cameron and the OEP staff which provide faculty with practical "How To" information when moving instruction online.

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iPad

These items only work on an iPad. In most cases there is a .pdf version available in the next section.

DIRECTIONS: You must be viewing this page on your iPad. Then click on the item and you will be asked if you want it installed in your iBooks app.

5 Steps in Creating a Hybrid Course Basic information on five important considerations in creating a hybrid course
ADA test - Quick Guide - articulate Beta test of articulate ADA compatability
Test of Storyline - Supreme Court  
Test STAMP - CC for PowerPointt  
Creating a "Start Here" course orientation Works on desktop and iPad (With Articulate app)
5 Things Series (PDF)

These PDF docments provide information on "5 Things You Should Know About ... various subjects." They are designed to provide condensed "Getting Started" type material and often provide links to more information.

Making your D2L site easy to use Getting Started With iBooks Author
Determining the Hybrid Mix Getting Started With Articulate Storyline
Getting Started with Apple TV Teaching accelerated courses
Giving Students Instructions for Online Discussions Adult Learners
Authentic Assessment Getting help with campus techologies
Online quizzes Flipped Classrooms
Adding audio to PowerPoint presentations Making online PPs accessible to all users
Audacity Spelling it Out
Planning Content From PowerPoint  
Printable, text based articles (PDF)
Title Description
About Bruce My Bio
Bricks vs. Clicks Some common instructional problems and recommendations for how technology might solve them.
Online Learning Design Architecture Gotta have a plan and lots of bricks.
Designing a Distance Course in D2L Verson 9 This white paper discusses two basic ways of utilizing the D2L Content Tool to set up a course.
The Frumious Bandwidth Issue Bandwidth is a fundamental concept that must always be taken into consideration when crating learning objects.
The Problem with Microsoft Office Documents Why these need to be converted to PDF files.
Creating and Editing HTML Pages Why you need to learn how to use the WYSISYG editor in D2L
Can you Hear me Now? Adding audio to PowerPoint Presentations
Threading the Needle -or- How to Make Your Point The workhorse of online collaborative activity is the threaded discussion. In D2L, this is the domain of the Discussion tool. In this article we will present some best practices as they relate to our University of Arizona, D2L experience.
5 Habits of Effective Online Instructors Five best habits that online instructors should acquire.
5 Things You Should Know About Adding Audio to PowerPoint Presentations An introduction to adding audio to PowerPoints
Webpage - Creating Online Content from PowerPoint A printout of the OIRC page on Creating Online Content From PowerPoint using Presenter 7
Presenter checklist A setp by step list of operations to be completed when creating a Presenter 7 learning object
Sample Hybrid Syllabus An example of the split between the F2F and online portions for a week of instruction in a hybrid course.
D2LVersion 10 Module/Topic Layout Two ways of using the Content Tool in D2L version 10 to organize courses.
5 Steps in Creating a Hybrid Course Basic information on five important considerations in creating a hybrid course
   
   
Online Learning Objects -video type "How To" demonstrations and examples
Title Description
An Overview of Teaching Online An LTC (now OIA) produced, self-paced, audio-visual introduction to teaching online which incorporates online teaching theory into the presentation.
An Overview of Adding Audio to PowerPoint A video comparing the ease of use and other factors of 4 ways to add audio to PowerPoint presentations: PowerPoint itself, Presenter 7, Camtasia, and Screenr..
Example: Adding Audio to PowerPoint using PowerPoint options A sample of a simple 3 slide presentation using PowerPoint itself to add audio to slides
Demo: "How To" use PowerPoint audio options to add audio to slides. A "How To" demonstration of adding audio to PP slides using PowerPoint 2010 options.
Example: Adding Audio to PowerPoint using Presenter 7 A sample of a simple 3 slide presentation using Presenter 7 to add audio to PP slides
Demo: "HowTo" use Presenter 7 to add audio to PP slides A "How To" demonstration of adding audio to PP slides using Presenter 7 options
Example: Adding Audio to PowerPoint using Camtasia A sample of a simple 3 slide presentation using Camtasia to add audio to PP slides
Example: adding Audio to PowerPoint using Screenr A sample of a simple 3 slide presentation using Screenr to add audio to PP slides
Demo : "How To" use Screenr audio options to add audio to slides A "How To" demonstration of adding audio to PP slides using Screenr options
Example: Presenter 7 - Intro to the Supreme Court A sample lesson illustrating the uses of Presenter & to create learning objects using audio, video, quizzing and branching based on wrong answers.
Demo: "How To" Organize the Managing Files Area and Unzip the Template Files A "How To" demonstration of unzipping setting up the files in the D2L managing files area.
Demo: "How To" use the HTML editor to edit the Instructor Page A "How To" demonstration of how to use the D2L HTML editor to edit the Instructor Page from the 15 week course template
Example: an audio Podcast An example of just using audio to conduct an interview with an expert
Lesson: TATO Conflict of Interest An example of using Captivate to create a learning object
Lesson: Fun with 2x2 Tables An example of using Captivate to crate a learning object
Lesson: Rubrics - When to Use Them and How to Create Them A Captivate lesson on Rubrics
Lesson: Avoiding Plagiarism A Captivate lesson which discusses four types of plagiarism: direct, self, mosaic and accidental.
   
   
   
   
Online Instructional Resource Center pages - have been retired
 

http://bcameron.oia.arizona.edu/elearn/

All contents copyright 2013. Arizona Board of Regents.